Progress in Nuclear Physics: Volume 6 is a collection of scientific papers in the field of experimental and theoretical physics. The compendium contains research papers covering a wide and diverse range of subjects in various areas of physics. The book provides contributions that discuss the methods for measuring atomic masses; the preparation of pure or enriched isotopes through electromagnetic separators; the study of nuclear moments; the spectroscopy of mesonic atoms; and parity nonconservation in weak interactions.
Theoretical and experimental physicists will find this book very insightful.
1 Isotope Separation by Multistage Methods
2 Nuclear Models
3 Nuclear Moments and Spins
4 The Spectroscopy of Mesonic Atoms
5 Masses of Atoms of A > 40
6 Electromagnetic Enrichment of Stable Isotopes
7 Fission Recoil and Its Effects
8 Masses of Atoms of A < 40
9 Parity Non-Conservation in Weak Interactions
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- © Pergamon 1957
- 1st January 1957
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